As of 2016, it has a seating capacity of 61,337 people. The stadium was built in 1914, as a replacement for Hardy Field, and was called New Athletic Field. The first game it hosted was a Mississippi State win over Marion (Ala.) Military Institute, 54-0, on Oct. 3, 1914.Where do they play football at Mississippi State?
Mississippi State Bulldogs football (NCAA) (1914–present) Davis Wade Stadium, officially known as Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field, is a stadium primarily used for American football located just outside the city limits of Starkville, Mississippi, United States, on the campus of Mississippi State University.How much will Mississippi State baseball's new stadium bring in revenue?
The journey to the stadium’s completion was a long one, fraught with potential stumbling blocks. But Mississippi State cleared them all and now has a powerful statement on college baseball’s potential. Cohen said the athletic department estimates the “New Dude” will bring in $3 million in revenue annually.How long has Mississippi State baseball been playing at Busch Stadium?
Mississippi State has been playing baseball at the present stadium site for 50 years, dating back to April 3, 1967 and a 5–3 Mississippi State win over Illinois Wesleyan. What today stands as one of college baseball's top facilities grew in large part from the labors of Tom D'Armi, chief assistant coach to longtime Bulldog skipper Paul Gregory.